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In the words of the famous Leonardo Da Vinci “Painting is Poetry which is seen and not heard, and Poetry is a Painting which is heard but not seen”. Poetry thus, is an essence of human life for it portrays all that is beautiful in the world and all that is beautiful in life. Going by the recent trend, poetry in the Indian publishing industry is surely on the uptrend and why should it not be? After all it is the lifeline of every language and every civilization.
Most recent on the block is Manish Ranjan’s “Glittering Shadows” a book which in my opinion is a beautiful tribute to love and all of womankind. The book is divided into three sections – Love and be Loved, Life and Reflection and Womanhood and Her Crisis. The first part deals with love, love stories, feelings of love and all that is there about love. This section has a total of thirty two poems all of which are dedicated to love and its mysteries. My favourites among them are – She is Daddy’s Girl, Our First Kiss, That Forlorn Smile and That Old Banyan Tree. All the poems are hopelessly romantic and deeply emotional. Each thought, each emotion and each feeling has been captured so intensely by the author that the heart cannot help but melt at the exquisiteness of those words… Read more on the original review page!
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